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CS Department Lab Hours

The CS Department Labs will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during reading days, and will close for finals week. The labs will reopen on May 2 for the first day of spring term.

Jacob Merrell's Thesis Proposal

Jacob Merrell will propose his thesis topic on Monday, April 24 at 2:30 p.m. in the CS Library. The title of his thesis is "Generalized Constrained Interpolation" and an abstract of his research is attached at the end of this e-mail. His adviser is Dr. Bryan Morse.

All are invited to attend!Jacob Merrell will propose his thesis topic on Monday, April 24 at 2:30 p.m. in the CS Library. The title of his thesis is "Generalized Constrained Interpolation" and an abstract of his research is attached at the end of this e-mail. His adviser is Dr. Bryan Morse.

The CS Ghost of Christmas Past

The Computer Science Department at BYU was created in 1968. The M.S. program began in 1974, and the Ph.D. program in 1989. The Department is relatively young but growing in strength and numbers. There are 29 faculty in the Department.

The Department has evolved with the CS subjects over the last thirty-six years since it began as a branch of the Math Department. Memory storage that were once punch cards and "disks" that were the size of 8 frisbee's put together, are now the size of a finger nail and hold much more than their physically larger predecessors.

New Graduate Student's Orientation

Come to the New Graduate Student Orientation on Thursday, January 12, 2005 at 11:00 AM in the CS Conference Room. Donuts will be provided. This is a mandatory meeting for all graduate students who entered the program in Spring 2005 or are starting this Fall. If you have extenuating circumstances that will not allow you to attend please contact the Graduate Secretary, Mindy Varkevisser, to make arrangements for you to get the information that will be presented.

Interested in working for the CS Department?

The Computer Science Department is currently accepting applications for a Department WEBMASTER.

For more information and to apply, go to the Careers & Employment area of the website, click on Department Job Board, then select the appropriate position you are applying for and complete the online application.

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